Constituting a modern type of family cabin, this cabin is unquestionably one of the most interesting cabins in Wisconsin. Johnsen Schmaling Architects designed this cabin and they completed this cabin in 2012.
Economically designed, this cabin takes advantage of the woodsy surroundings that surround it. This cabin has a compact volume that is nestled into a wooded hillside, which is in a certain remote forest in Wisconsin.
This cabin has an entry door that is wood-slatted and opens to some stairs that are leading up to this cabinâ€™s living hall, which is centered around an interesting stove and is bracketed by an interesting galley kitchen, as well as small sleeping rooms.
On both ends of the said living hall, there are curtains whose height is about the same as the distance between the floor and the ceiling and those curtains can be retracted or moved. The curtainsâ€™ delicate texture and undulating fabric help add a quite sensual dimension to this cabinâ€™s interior palette.
Of the numerous buildings in the USA, this cabin is without a doubt one of the interesting buildings that many homeowners have to consider taking a look at.
Wisconsin, USA is where this interesting cabin is and the cabin has various different parts including a bottom level that is carved into a hill and houses a workshop, a washroom, as well as equipment storage.
The aforementioned bottom level, of course, is not the last part of the cabin as the cabin also has a quite small study area that used to be conceived as a room that was adjacent to this cabinâ€™s living hall.
The cabin also has two levels that have concrete floors which can provide durable surfaces that can actually stand the dogs, skies, and hiking bootsâ€™ periodic abuse. Situated in Wisconsin, this cabin is undeniably a modernly interesting stacked cabin that many homeowners have to consider taking a look at no matter what.